Esplanade Presents | Feed Your Imagination (F.Y.I)
Nuri Terbang Malam (Schools)
Recommended for Upper Primary to Lower Secondary students.
(Primary and Secondary Schools, Junior Colleges and Centralised Institute)
Tote Board Arts Grant
Schools are able to use the Tote Board Arts grant subsidy of up to 50% of the ticket price.
For every 20 student tickets purchased per performance, one complimentary teacher ticket will be issued.
For every 100 tickets purchased to the same show title, five additional complimentary tickets will be issued for the same production.
The complimentary offer is only available for purchases made in a single transaction for the same show title.
Cultural Performance Exposure Fund (CPEF)
The Cultural Performance Exposure Fund (CPEF) can also be used for all F.Y.I productions performed in Malay.
Tote Board Arts Grant
Schools are able to use the Tote Board Arts grant subsidy of up to 70% of the ticket price.
For every 10 student tickets purchased per performance, two complimentary teacher tickets will be issued.
The complimentary offer is only available for purchases made in a single transaction for the same show title.BOOKING FORM
Lagu Nuri Terbang Malam, recorded back in 1903 by Malay singer, Qasim, is the earliest physical recorded evidence of Malay music.
Under the direction of Syed Ahmad, the band Orkes Nuri will take audiences on a journey back in time to trace the chronology of Malay music from pre-independence 1900s to present day Singapore through Lagu Nuri Terbang Malam and more.
Through the different melodies, rhythms and lyrics, students will gain an awareness and appreciation of Malay music over the years and how various social, historical, cultural, and inter-cultural changes have influenced the Malay community, its language and culture.
- Develop an awareness of and appreciation for Malay music
- Understand how music and lyrics are used to convey thoughts and emotions
- Understand how different social, historical and cultural changes in the Malay community and its impact on Malay music
Things To Note
For information about late seating, house rules, photography and more, please refer to our general advisory.